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Dec 18, 2012 2:05am EST
television, your children may be feeling worried or scared or insecure. >> as they try to get back to school, how can parents make their kids feel safe, and how can parents themselves not worry every single time their child heads off to the mall or to the movies? >> jennifer hartstein is an child and adolescent psychologist, and author of "sanity savers, tips for women to live a balanced life." >> hi, ladies. >> good morning. >> some parents, again -- i know this just from friends of mine too, were trying to shield their children. >> out of love. >> they sent them to school today where the topic may or may not come up. >> likely the topic will come up if not even in the classroom with the teacher, but come up with other children. >> i can't see how it wouldn't. >> i think that it's very important for parents to listen when those kids come home, find out what they know, and address this issue, but, first, to calm themselves because the parent has to be really calm and present the information, minimal information, because they really are listening to their children, age appropriately, b
NBC
Nov 19, 2015 2:07am EST
the first children's toy to appear in a television commercial, g.i. joe, mr. potato head? >> grnls i. joe. >> the correct answer is our own mr. potato head. >> initially marketed to get kids to eat their vegetables. you could plug those into actual potatoes. that's how i look in the morning. that's how i looked an hour ago before they got me to hair and makeup. then they started offering them in cereal boxes. someone said let's sell them and add a fake head so it doesn't look so disturbing, and it's a hit ever since. >> more cuteness, this time from long island. rubik's cube? >> yep. >> isn't that amazing? >> 5.25 seconds? >> yeah. kubers. theyave a rule to scramble it a certain amount. i don't know how you do it in heartburn. >> and another cute one from pennsylvania. all right. which of these is not a crayola crayon color, tropical rainforest, macaroni and cheese or purple rain. >> macaroni and cheese. >> no! she gets another great children's album. >> okay. which is the crayon? >> well, purple rain is not the crayon. it should be, but it's not. rainforest is a tone, macaroni year
NBC
Oct 19, 2009 7:00am EDT
the other side of this, mr. lane. if in fact it turns out that the heenes put their children on television and made them a part of this scheme, which included lying to the public, that would be child abuse as well. wouldn't it? >> you know, that is for social services to determine. putting their kids on tv, there's certainly plenty of worst cases of child abuse that i can talk about within three seconds. but i'm not concerned about anything other than how law enforcement is going to or not going to follow the law of the state of colorado and constitution of the united states. to me, when you have people willing to turn themselves in, you don't go out and arrest them in front of their kids. >> point well-taken. david lane, the attorney for richard heene, mr. lane, i appreciate your time this morning. >> thank you for having me. >> not the last we're going to hear about that. >>> now let's get a check of the other top stories of the morning with natalie morales in for me at the news desk. >>> good morning. today new key talks get under way on iran's nuclear program. the talks are
NBC
Sep 12, 2011 7:00am EDT
something extra. so every bite can be uncommonly good. today" television's influence on your children. the average preschool kid watches more than 90 minutes of television a day and according to a new study it's not only how much but what they're watching that can havage impact on their attention spans. dr. roge is a medical editor for "health" magazine and robin silverman is a health specialist. good morning to both of you. before we turn to you, robin, with good tips, doctor, this study was in in "the journal of pediatrics" and said fast-paced programming can affect executive functioning. translate for us. >> all right. so executive function is a collection of skills that really govern how we behave and acts involving working memory, delayed gratification, problem solving. all the things we need to function well and in this study they looked at 60 4-year-olds and broke them into three groups. one was watching quote/unquote fast-paced television and second was slower paced -- >> what did they find. >> after nine minutes of one of these activities it was decreased in the fast-paced bu
NBC
Oct 26, 2013 2:05am PDT
living in a world where we're letting television raise our children or video games raise our children, technology. we have become a post human society. we're more comfortable with machines than human beings. is that part of the problem? kids see so much aggressiveness in the media? i certainly had as a child growing up. could that be part of what is going on here? >> i think what we're really talking about here is the aggression that kids see with their parents and their interaction with parents. and then that leading to aggressive behavior in the future. >> one of you said that you didn't think that time-outs work either. so what do you do with a small child? >> like don't he'd the tide. >> this is where families dismiss. they see the other academics who don't get what it's like in the trenches with the kids. and they dismiss it. people don't interpret what happened to them as abuse. so when people are say this is abuse, they tune it out. the reality is that no one spends a lot of time work with a kid say can you reason or negotiate. >> it's impossible. >> what should do you? >> some
NBC
Nov 18, 2015 10:00am CST
children's toy to appear in a television commercial -- g.i. joe, mr. potato head or lego. >> g.i. joe. >> no, no, she gets a a great lullaby album, and so everybody wins. >> it is our own mr. potato head. sglit was originally marketed to get kids to eat their vegetables vegetables, and we have a commercial, and by the way, that is disturbing, and this is how i look in the morning. that about an hour ago before i got to hair and makeup. so they started to offer them in cereal boxes, and somebody said, add a fake head and it is not so disturb ing disturbing. hit since. >> okay. beua s cuteness what is the guinness world records time for solving a rubik's cube, 5.25 seconds or 5.25 seconds or -- >> 5.25 seconds. >> yes. that is amazing. 5.25 seconds? >> yes. there are people call ded the speed cubers and collin burns won it in doylestown, pennsylvania, but i don't know how you do it. but he did it, and congratulations to him. >> and time for one more. >> another cute one from pennsylvania. which of these rla crayon color? tropical rain forest, macaroni and cheese or purple rain? >>
NBC
Aug 6, 2012 7:00am EDT
of her television children showed up to tape rose anne's comedy center roast. also roseann won presidential nomination of peace and freedom party in los angeles. a few months ago we brought you the group walk off the earth gottier. elen degeneres joked it's a good thing one band wasn't playing one guitar. another band accepted the challenge. take a look. ♪ >> that is new jersey band, the waffle stompers giving the ukelele a try. >>> start off, talking luanda few scattered showers today, tomorrow mostly cloudy afternoon showers. wednesday partly cloudy. a pattern developed here. at home wet weather through southern florida. rain making its way off the northeastern atlantic coast. showers will extend down into the south as a weak cold front kind of stalls out down there. we are looking at showers and thunderstorms through the gulf coast, southeast and tennessee river valley. sunshine through the upper great lakes. the heat continues in the pacific northwest with temperatures mid to upper 80s. a beautiful day in l.a. today, >> good morning. a few scattered light rain showers tod
NBC
Mar 2, 2011 9:00am EST
moment on live television i don't know where my children are, but i am not panicking. this is not about emotion or ego. this is about focus and getting in touch with what i have to do to complete the task of bringing these two beautiful young men back to the home that they deserve to be raised in. there is more love, compassion, support, child care and everything else you could possibly want for a child in this lovely home. it's not a house. it's a home right down that hill. >> reporter: according to tmz and they posted this overnight, brooke went to court yesterday and told the judge you threatened her recently and that's why she filed the court order. she said you told her, i will cut your head off, put it in a box and send it to your mom. >> colorful. >> reporter: did you say it? >> no. but that's a good one, i guess. i guess if you spend enough time around me you can formulate things and then you can make them sound like it came from my mouth. but you can do that watching reruns. >> reporter: a lot of people watched the video from "today" yesterday. when we were in the house with th
NBC
Sep 29, 2015 7:00am EDT
growing number of children injured by televisions that tip over. what you can do to make your home safer. >> (nature sounds) she can rage, and roar, and crack, and storm. but mother nature can't stop us. the new 2016 ford explorer. flonase allergy relief nasal spray outperforms the #1 non-drowsy allergy pill. most allergy pills only control one inflammatory substance, flonase controls six. so you are greater than your allergies. flonase. six is greater than one. this changes everything. brandon thinks hellmann's is heaven in a jar. that's because our ingredients come from... farmers committed to responsibly sourced oils... blended with ingredients like cage-free eggs. mmm. heaven. real ingredients. that's how we're working to >>> good morning everyone. 73 degrees. it is 7:26. september 29th. i'm darlene rodriguez. >>> a funeral will be held today for beloved yarng ease legend yogi berra. he died at age 90 last week. his family and close friends will gather at the church of the immaculate conception in montclair. today's service is a private one. a public memorial for the yankees ha
NBC
Sep 29, 2015 7:00am EDT
. >>> coming up, the growing number of children injured by televisions that tip over. what you can do to make your home safer. home safer. >> (nature sounds) she can rage, and roar, and crack, and storm. but mother nature can't stop us. the new 2016 ford explorer. be unstoppable. ♪ outperforms the #1 non-drowsy allergy pill. most allergy pills only control one inflammatory substance, flonase controls six. so you are greater than your allergies. flonase. six is greater than one. this changes everything. brandois heaven in a jar. that's because our ingredients come from... farmers committed to responsibly sourced oils... blended with ingredients like cage-free eggs. mmm. heaven. real ingredients. that's how we're working to bring out the best. >> good morning. i'm vai sikahema. just before 7:30. bill, the shot behind it's hard to see the buildings because of the fog. >> yeah, they disappeared before sunrise. thick fog is still with us. you can see across the delaware, but plenty of spots are seeing next to nothing. zero visibility right now at wrightstown. down to quarter mile in trenton and
NBC
Jan 23, 2012 7:00am PST
television. a lot of people have children watching television. it seems more and more these days you're hearing some of the words you never would have heard in years past. for example, when you get jabbed in the eye with an umbrella. >> yeah. >> how do you deal with this when your kids are watching? what do you tell them and what should people programming television be doing about it? >> you showed self-restraint. we didn't even have to bleep you. >> and you have a relationship with your pediatrician and it's gone for a while. >> it's important. >> it is. what if after a while it's not working and you have to break up with your pediatrician? we'll tell you what you need to do and how to go about it. >> it's hard, especially if you have the pediatrician's name tattooed on you somewhere. >> don't bring it up again. that joke was terrible. >> i keep trying. let's go inside. natalie standing by with a check of the headlines. >> good morning, everyone. newt gingrich is campaigning in florida ahead of tonight's republican debate. backed by a surge of momentum from saturday's south carolina pr
NBC
Mar 3, 2011 9:00am EST
television, i do not know where my children are. >> reporter: charlie sheen reacted in an exclusive live interview here on "today." >> brooke, i'm sorry you felt this had to be done. this does not display responsible parenting. i urge you to reach out to me immediately and tell me where our sons are. >> reporter: brooke mueller, who just days away jetted with sheen and his goddesses to the bahamas, filed court papers saying in the last two weeks sheen threatened to stab my eye with a pen knife and spit on my feet. he also punched me in the arm. on christmas day, 2009, police reports sheen held a knife to her throat, pleading guilty to misdemeanor assault eventually. until now, they had shared custody of the boys, though brooke is looking for more, saying i am in great fear for the children's safety while in his care. sheen denies all of it. >> brooke went to court yesterday and told the judge you threatened her. she says you said i'll cut your head off, put it in a box and send it to your mom. did you say that? >> no. that's a good one, i guess. >> reporter: brooke says i believe hi
NBC
Nov 26, 2016 2:07am EST
televised births? >> here what we will to say about it. own children much less anybody else's. >> i say, sure. you have the right to broadcast it and guess what? everyone else has the choice to choose whether or not they watch it. >> but what if you watch it by mistake and can't get it out of your head. >> oh, so sad. >> yeah. >>> next week, lauren graham talks "gilmore girls." >> plus, "property brothers," drew and jonathan scott. >> love them. and -- >> elizabeth hurley. >> love her. have an awesome holiday weekend, everybody. doing. >> don't spend too much and don't drink and drive. nice talking to you. [cheers and applause]
NBC
Aug 7, 2013 2:05am PDT
woman in all of television for emmys? >> she'll be up after this. >>> greed. love triangle, revenge, all in a day's work for susan lucci. known for the sassy erica cane on "all my children." >> she's been honored with more acting nominations than any other performer in the history of television. now you guys -- >> did you know that? >> no! >> well, now there you have it. she's involved in some real life drama as host of "deadly affairs." you can find stories of deadly double lives to steamy romances gone bad. take a look. >> of course, school should be taken seriously. but it doesn't hurt to be the teacher's pet. and whether in the classroom or in the bedroom, bad behavior must be punished. >> oh! oh, i'm sorry! >> somebody's having a good time. aren't you? >> having a great time. >> you've always been well paid for being very bad. >> i'm having a great time. i was so happy that henry from "investigations." >> everybody adores henry. he's brilliant. >> he really is. >> he's brilliant, dynamic, he's so funny and so smart. >> how did he sell you on this? >> well, i received this amazi
NBC
Mar 6, 2012 7:00am EST
huge issue. i loive in chicago. since october four children have died due to television sets falling on them. the computer products safety commission said since 2000, 2010, 169 deaths of kids under the age of 8. 22,000 injured. >> right. >> this is a serious thing. this is a flat screen l.e.d. television set. probably weighs in the neighborhood of 40 to 60 pounds. >> right. >> this can tip over. >> easily. >> this is a strap in the back. this strap by sanus out of minnesota. it's a $20 item. it fits into the screws that you would normally mount the tv to the wall. we'll talk about it in a second. >> it's easy. just a bracket on the wall. >> screws to the back of the furniture and then screws to the wall. >> you can tilt and turn and do what you want to do with it. >> you have to do this. the safest way is to mount it on a wall. this is a wall mount system. there are tilts. they have articulating ones. we have flat screens with similar set-ups to this. >> very sturdy. >> we're not talking a huge investment. the strap is $20. these things start in the neighborhood of $40. i understand wit
NBC
Jun 29, 2012 2:05am EDT
on reality television? >> you say, i don't believe in parenting other people's children. pause. but they should be aware of the serious repercussions that sudden stardom brings. >> in quotes. hoda says, yes, be careful, there is a little difference between tv time and overexposure. we should know because we overexpose ourselves on a daily basis. >>> a little sip of this. >> today we have a spa-tini. a drink from a restaurant in newport beach, california. vodka, lime juice, champagne, mint, cucumber just to be healthy. and putting us in the mood for channing tatum. >> we hear he's got something happening right now. maybe not. we'll get down to the bare essentials. >> oh, yeah! >> see how happy he is? look how happy he is. >> another reason to love him. we'll be right back. >>> channing tatum is on fire! >> yes, he is. >> his last two films "the vow" and "21 jump street," both were box office gold and he's hoping that magic continues with "magic mike." >> will film inspired by his days as a stripper. and it also stars matthew mcconaughey. it's about taking their dreams to the bright l
NBC
Oct 5, 2009 7:00am EDT
jon clean out the family's joint bank account. did their children ask to be taken off television. we'll( piano music playing )hat. by putting an end to paper medical records, we have ushered health into the digital age. saving lives, sometimes when seconds count. managing chronic conditions. making amazing new discoveries. and, oh yes, saving a lot of trees. kaiser permanente. thrive. >>> still ahead -- swine flu vaccines arrive today to a dose of controversy. >> how do we know if the vaccine is safe? we'll did sk dask dr. nancy snyderman. >>> and kate gosselin after your local news and weather. >> live, local, latebreaking. this is wbal-tv 11 news today in baltimore. >> good morning. i'm stan stovall. police are identifying the body of a woman found in a sewer pipe in north baltimore on friday. the woman was reported missing in january 2008. according to charging documents, or former boyfriend faces murder and assault charges in connection with third death. -- her death. >>> let's get a check on the morning commute with sarah caldwell. >> in the southbound direction, 198, we hav
NBC
Feb 26, 2011 5:00am PST
humorous, maybe remind folks here who she is. in the '80s, leo was on the television soap "all my children." the min but she captured hollywood's eye in 2003 for her performance in 21 grams. and later frozen river garnering leo's first oscar nod. >> she's one of the workhorse actors who has been plugging away for a long time but hasn't had that big a-list moment. >> reporter: that may change in the fighter oig t, the role of lifetime for an actress who has been performing all her life. >> i don't know who you are. >> reporter: but is her chance for oscar gold now on the ropes? for "today," miguel almaguer, nbc news, hollywood. >> i'll show my ignorance. you go hollywood and you see the big billboards and the ads, consider this, consider -- >> the movie companies actually put those up. they're saying that she -- >> it's bad to promote yourself? you want the award. >> i would love the award. believe me. if i could act, believe me, i would self promote. but i can't and so i won't. >> let's go holds on the plaza. >> please consider one of us. doesn't matter. we are back, but first, th
NBC
Oct 6, 2011 7:00am EDT
great family dog with real little children as well. >> if they're watching television he'll probably just sit on their lap and relax with them. >> a couch potato. really just wants love and attention. >> exactly. went right into your arms. look how relaxed he is. >> finally meet spike, an adorable golden retriever. you can't think of a more wonderful, loving family dog than a golden retriever. we have spike. >> he's 5 years old. as you can see, he needs to lose a little bit of weight. >> children of all ages would be good with this dog. >> small toddlers have to be careful just because he is a big dog and they could easily get knocked over but otherwise he'll be in really good condition. >> he just needs a treadmill. four beautiful boys waiting for loving places to call home. >> we're joined as always by richard jenels of animal care and control of new york. before we bring the dogs out, congratulations. we were in an event for you last night. you received the voice for the animals award from the humane society at their annual gala. that is a big honor for your work here on the "toda
NBC
Jun 27, 2011 9:00am EDT
watch television after 7:00 p.m. in addition, watching shows with violence, including children's cartoons, led to increased insomnia and nightmares. >>> new zealand's wayward penguin now has a fighting chance after doctors performed an endoes scopepy and remound six pounds of sand and sticks in its stomach. penguin was found on a beach last week 2,000 miles from its antarctic home had been eating sand apparently mistaking it for snow. the poor guy! >>> it was a big weekend for "cars 2." taking in $68 million at the box office. "bad teacher" was second with $31 million. "green lantern" came in third. >>> a royal visit to wimbledon today in england where the duke and duchess of cambridge, better known as will and kate, attended the wimbledon tennis tournament. from where else, the royal box. >>> six minutes past the hour. let's turn it over to al roker for a check of the weather. >> thank you for that introduction. thank you so much, natalie. >>> as we check your weather, show you what's going on for today. we've got a risk of strong storms firing up already from iowa on into misso
NBC
Dec 28, 2009 9:00am EST
their television show. and people really cared about those children. they wanted to see this couple make it. and then to have it implode so publicly and so spectacularly i think just kept viewers riveted. >> then one of the other big scandals you mentioned, the letterman case. it probably -- some would argue especially how tiger has handled his situation, david letterman really took the bull by the horn and just said, hey, america, here's what's happened and here's what i did. >> in hindsight it turned out to be the most brilliant move. >> a lot of people questioned that initially. he did it with humor, maybe it was inappropriate. and it went away. >> even watching that clip, you're still kind of slack-jawed hearing him confess to this. but it turned out to be refreshing. he owned up to what he did, he admitted to making mistakes, he apologized and then he moved on. >> it's gone away. other than the fact that the man who tried to blackmail him is facing jail time. he was able to rise above it and now his ratings are better than ever. >> and i think the fact that he was victimized in
NBC
Mar 14, 2012 7:00am EDT
. there are many children spending their days in front of television sets. by the time they are ready for kindergarten they may be two years behind well to do peers. >> reporter: the head of the center for early childhood education at harvard has new research that shows how negligent in the first few years of life changes a child's brain forever. >> when a child is getting almost no stimulation the brain starts to lose its architecture. you can see some of the connections wither away and you have death of brain cells. the result is a brain that's less well wired for learning and development. this is not about everybody ending up the same. this is about everybody starting at a level playing field. >> reporter: a level playing field is all wendy wants for her sons. >> they are learning so much, every second. >> reporter: it turns out just across town from wendy lives su srs susie sprks bu -- buffett. he chose not to give money to his children but give them billions for philanthropy. >> i believe that most of the kids popped out with the ability to learn and succeed but they don't have the o
NBC
Feb 21, 2011 7:00am EST
the rest of his life. then he saw a face he had not seen for 30 years on television saving children in haiti. >> that's big dan. >> reporter: the blues musician had become a world class orthopedic surgeon. maybe his old pal could get him walking again. mike isn't totally paralyzed. but those eight bullets dusted bone shrapnel all over his nerve endings is it the worst pain ever? >> needles, man. all day long every day. >> push! >> reporter: the man who went one on one with the best in the nba now battles his own inability. >> when i see mike i feel it, every step when the pain is going through his legs. >> reporter: mike's life is one long dental appointment without novocain. >> almost there, man. >> reporter: a series of operations should ease the agony, but dan is trying for something more. the two playing basketball again. >> there's some old scores we've got to settle, you know. >> reporter: long odds, but -- >> friendship is a powerful medicinal force. >> reporter: when teamed with cutting edge science. dan called berkeley bionics, a country developing electronic legs. computer
NBC
Jan 11, 2012 7:00am PST
reaches so many homes that are so easy for children to watch. >> people believe network television should be cleaner than cable and they make choices in that regard. >> reporter: but some say the assumptions about broadcasting's reach are no longer true with the explosion of other choices. they say treating them differently violates their rights of free expression. >> the time has come to treat broadcast tv on an equal footing with the rest of media. the same first amendment rights out to apply. >> reporter: some members of the supreme court seem sympathetic, the networks can't tell what's indecent and what isn't. she noted the fcc allowed the broadcasts of "saving private ryan" and "schindler's list" which include nudity and profanity. judging from tuesday's argument here the court doesn't seem likely to stop the fcc's policing of broadcasters, but it may require clearer rules from now on about what's allowed into the home. matt? >> pete williams at the supreme court this morning. thank you, as always. >>> just ahead, a surprising arrest in connection with the murders of a wealthy
NBC
Jun 22, 2015 7:00am PDT
wounded this morning including five women and three children. on live television, an explosion rocked afghanistan's parliament. smoke and screams filled the chamber. outside, a massive car bomb had been detonated. and from four sides, taliban militants attack. a huge fire came up from the building this man said. the country's democracy deliberately targeted, defended only by guards. and this morning lawmakers had been voting for a new defense minister. >> you are out of here, we're going to show you what we can do. and in other provinces, the taliban is also on the offensive. >> reporter: afghan special forces arrived while a local school was evacuated. the taliban fighting back from a building. many have now been killed, officials say. after an attack that shook parliament and will send shock waves around the world. and the interior might be stri says the attack involved seven taliban fighters and all seven have now been killed. no lawmakers were harmed, natly. the question is how did the taliban manage to get so close? >> yeah. scary scene, that video there. thank you. search
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Dec 24, 2013 2:05am PST
question on national television? what's happening to these afterward? >> you can keep them. >> can i send them over to cassidy's place in new york. for the children over there that we take care of all year round? >> they woem last all year. >> they'll be here today? >> absolutely. >> thank you. we'll get them over. sandy, you're adorable. you're a sweetheart. my present to you. other there you go. >> thank you so much. >> cheers. >> merry christmas. >> see, i do share. if you were shopping and wrapping this weekend, we'll get you caught up on the hollywood buzz. >> we're about to meet four incredible kids. the kindest kids on the planet who know what the spirit of christmas is all about. >>> we know the christmas season is all about giving and performing acts of kindness, so sprout network held a contest to find the kindest kid. >> from more than 650 entries, the contest was narrowed down to four finalists. we'll meet the winner and the three runner-ups first, but let's take a look at why they're chosen. >> i'm from san jose, california, and i read to the elderly. when i read to them, the
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Nov 25, 2016 10:00am EST
-- >>> "okay" magazine wanted to know, okay or not tock have televised births. >> here what we will to say about it. >> hmm. >> well i wouldn't have wanted to watch the birth of any of my own children much less anybody else's. >> i say, sure. you have the right to broadcast it and guess what? everyone else has the choice to t. what if you watch it by mistake and can't get it out of your head. >> oh, so sad. >> yeah. >>> next week, lorne graham talks "gilmore girls ". >> plus, the property brothers. >> love them. and -- >> elizabeth hurley. >> love her. have an awesome holiday weekend, everybody. >> enjoy your black friday shopping if that's what you're doing. >> don't spend too much and don't drink and drive. for all you friendsgiving hosts, serve a turkey, don't serve a turkey. bring classic flaky crescent rolls, or not so classic pizza sticks. and don't forget something sweet, and golden brown fresh from the oven. set the table, set the coffee table, set no table at all. the only rule to follow on friendsgiving... is make it your own. happy friendsgiving. warm up with pillsbury. you love
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Sep 29, 2016 11:00am MDT
you? fantastic. okay. a great television pioneer and legend has passed away. agnes nixon is -- maybe you light." best known for "all my children." which ran for 41 years. and "one life to live." >> there would be no erica cane@ thout her. >> she posted a tribute saying i adored her and i'm forever grateful to her. this is an inter story we just learned. she justhe memoir and the memoir is called "my life to live." she just finished it this past sunday. >> can you imagine? >> she chent she wanted to get strong for her planned book tour. >> this was a w?9oman who wasn' ready to give up. >> that's when she passed away. many celebrates got their big brea o her soaps. bryan cranston, amazing actor, got his start on "loving.?+" >> here he is. >> oh, my gosh, look at him. >> since she'd been your private secretary and had access -- >> i know, i just want to watch he just walked by. he said nothing. he didn't even have a line. i love the guy who did this -- >> this was his acting. look. >> oh, he is talking. didn't hear. because i was. i'm sorry, i thought it was over. ?m e gave me my start
NBC
Nov 22, 2009 8:00am EST
. "today," sunday, november 22nd, 2009. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a sunday. i'm lester holt. >> i'm jenna wolfe. i don't have children but you do. i can only imagine i was terrified watching that video of the father let going of his little boy. >> even if you don't have children, if you were a little kid at some point the idea that the door would close, a little boy on one side and father inside. imagine what's going on in his mind. there were good folks on the other end. a woman who made sure that reunion happened. that was tough to watch. we'll talk to them coming up. >> we'll chat with them and see what they were thinking there. talk about separation anxiety. one of the astronauts orbiting 220 miles above earth at the international space station just became a daddy. randy took his first space walk on saturday found out his wife gave birth to a baby girl. they're not taking the subway yet. that's good. all in all a pretty exciting day for dad. we'll hear from him in just a few minutes. >>> that's a great story. it'
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Mar 28, 2012 2:05am EDT
don't contact. you turn off your television. you turn off the radio. you -- >> don't read the rags. >> you don't read the rags. you don't take your children to places where they'll read the rags. as much as possible you don't let that input into you. then you feel like you're compelled, you have to speak about it. >> the thing you do say a lot, this i agree with, too, whatever you put into your system comes out. that's such a true statement. if you read nothing but rags day and night, there's something you become. if you watch nothing but porn day and night -- some people do -- >> you are what you eat. that's exactly right. no. i feel for her because i remember what that's like. you just feel like, oh, my gosh, that's all anybody can talk about. no, no. and we wouldn't be talking about it now if she hadn't come on the show. i pray the best for them as a family but for goodness's sakes, the best thing you can do is keep your mouth shut and be there for your children and create an environment for them that is not toxic. >> right. you're right. absolutely right. >>> all right, guys, l
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Feb 14, 2012 9:00am EST
more than 18,000 seats for the public possibly and we're told, natalie, it may be televised. the family still deciding on that. >> all right. jeff, thank you. >>> a crucial cancer drug that saves thousands of children's lives every year is in short supply. it could run out within weeks. methotrexate is the key treatment for a common childhood form of leukemia. it cures about 90% of the roughly 3500 children and teens diagnosed in the u.s. every year. production problems are mainly to blame for the scarce supply. many doctors charge that manufacturers are choosing to make more profitable drugs instead. >>> supreme court justice stephen breyer was robbed at machete point while on vacation on the caribbean island last week. a masked man broke into justice breyer's vacation home and robbed him, his wife and friends making off with some $1,000 in cash. no one was hurt and there's no indication that justice breyer was targeted because of his position on the supreme court. >>> kate middleton spending her first val enties day as a married woman without prince william who is thousands of
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Nov 3, 2010 9:00am EDT
teach your children not to eat with their fingers. >> nigella, thank you so much. >> thank you. >> still to come, we're going to test your knowledge of television's greatest families. but first, this is "today" on nbc. >>> she cooked the cous-cous and buttered the biscuit. >> how do you top that? we got a lot coming up, don't we? >> smoky robinson. >> we're talking about bad breath. >> ooooh. >> we're also doing something on famous tv families. we're going to go across the street. >> how many cosby kids were there originally? >> four. they added a fifth one in that third season. >> and her name was? >> kid number five. >> and then they had rudy. >> coming up after your local news and weather. >> live, local, latebreaking. this is a wbal-tv 11 news update. >> good morning. we are off to a chilly start this wednesday, we don't expect rain or snow. clouds will thicken up as we head into the afternoon. that will hold temperatures in the 50's. rain will become likely tomorrow. high up the b three on thursday. 40s on friday and saturday. 40s on friday and saturday. (sfx: coach's whis
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Jun 7, 2013 2:05am EDT
to you, two beautiful children. >> one of the things, i think a lot of people when they see a teenaged mom, there is an instant stereotype, we've seen television shows about it. and you wanted to break that stereotype. didn't you? >> i never like to be compared to that. because i was a good student. i was a good, i'm a good person. i never wanted to be judged and negative when i got a gift and i owned up to my gift. >> did you at any time think about not having that gift come into the world? >> you might have it for a split two seconds, but from the minute i just knew she was, she was mine. >> i love that you thought it was a gift from god and also your sister. >> a gift from god in a way that, many people you think out your 20s, you miss out your teens. and my way was, she kept me on the right direction. i didn't go through, i went through it a different way, i planned birthday parties and anyone knows me, i'm a doer. >> aren't you just melting. >> how old are you now, sweetheart? >> eight. >> and your teeth came in so nice. >> there's always a question, you never know. >> al
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Oct 5, 2009 7:00am EDT
joint bank account. did their children ask to be taken off television. we'll ask her about all of that. but first, this is "today" on nbc. >>> still ahead -- swine flu vaccines arrive today to a dose of controversy. >> how do we know if the vaccine is safe? we'll did sk dask dr. nancy snyderman. >>> and kate gosselin after your local news and weather. >>> good morning, everyone, welcome. i'm barbara harrison. the time right now, 7:26. in the news at this hour, more than 200 teachers in the district will not be in the classroom today. on friday, this they were told their job also been cut. d.c. schools chancellor michelle reese says declining enrollment and a $44 million budget shortfall makes the cuts necessary. some d.c. school teach letters be wearing black today in protest of the decision. >>> and several dozen d.c. cab drivers are due in court this morning after being indicted on charges that they tried to bribe the city's cab commission. 40 people have been arrested in kwex a two-year bribery ininstigation. each faces five years in prison if convicted. >>> we will check weath
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May 1, 2017 7:00am PDT
time, i had a couple of children and i've been on a television show. the aspect of chuck's life that i think is a cautionary tale about fame and our desire to be appreciated by the anonymous mob, rather than the ones nearest and dearest, had a profound affect on me. >> you play some pretty intense characters. can we talk about "my little pony" for a second. >> probably one of the more intense characters i've played. >> you are the evil guy. >> i'm usually the bad guy. i think chuck's the good guy. i have to do something that my kids can see. >> liev, thanks, all the best. >>> coming up, bathing suits that can make you feel like a rock star. speak about free or not free. speak about free or not free. no matter you'll be amazed what happens when you pu♪ your red nose on. you help ensure that children in the u.s. and around the world are safe, healthy and educated. this red nose day, swing by walgreens and get your noses on to help end child poverty. walgreens. at the corner of happy and healthy. new pantene doesn't just wash i wiyour hair, it fuels it.gain. making every strand s
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Sep 24, 2011 5:00am PDT
1973, you saw television's first abortion with erica cain. >> reporter: "all my children" gave us stars like kelly rippa. for many fans, there is no going back now. >> it's like canceling breakfast. it's something that they've done every single day. >> reporter: one hour a day that will forever be different. abc has leased the rights to a company that hopes to resurrect all my children on the internet. but many stars, like susan lucci, haven't signed on, leaving many fans in mourning. >> it's going to be a big loss. it was an icon of a soap oprah. >> reporter: wishing this story had a happier hollywood ending. >> frankly, erica, i don't give a what you need. >> reporter: kristin dahlgren, nbc news, los angeles. >> how did it end? the character j.r. is seen weaving through a crowded party with the entire town in attendance. but the question sfot who shot j.r., but who did j.r. shoot? take a look. >> you'll never get it back. >> just watch me. >> who did j.r. shoot? >> i think erica bought it. >> bought it? fans can find out apparently when the soap is going to resurface on the inte
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Sep 20, 2016 7:00am MDT
, service to others is crucial, and then i have a horror tv show on national television starting today. >> nice segue. >> hey, listen! >> season two, by the way. >> i'm 58 years old. if you don't think i can pivot on a book on immigration for children to a horror comedy on >> did this show exceed your expectations? >> okay. i have never had great writing. i've done work in my life that's not been known for its great writing. to be able to do a tv show that's based on hilarious social commentary, brilliant performances is a dream come true. >> you are going to be viewed a lot, not only because of this show starting season two, but halloween is coming up. every year you know what happens, people play the movie "halloween." do you like that? >> of course. >> that look back at your earlier career? >> of course. there. look. i'm 19 years old. look. i never in my life thought i would have this life. when i woke up this morning in my hotel, and thought, i'm going to go on national television with my friend and talk about a book for children, about our ancestry and our past, and a card-c
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Nov 25, 2016 12:00pm EST
not tock have televised births. >> here what we will to say about it. >> hmm. >> well i wouldn't have wanted to watch the birth of any of my own children much less anybody else's. >> i say, sure. everyone else has the choice to choose whether or not they watch t. what if you watch it by mistake and can't get it out of your head. >> oh, so sad. >> yeah. >>> next week, lorne graham talks "gilmore girls ". >> plus, the property brothers. >> love them. and -- >> elizabeth hurley. >> love her. have an awesome holiday weekend, everybody. >> enjoy your black friday shopping if that's what you're doing. >> don't spend too now at havertys furniture, it's our after thanksgiving sale. huge savings on stylish pieces. create your perfect home. plus you'll get thirty-six month, no-interest financing. hurry, the after thanksgiving sale ends november 28th. with havertys, your home can be perfect, even when life isn't. the after thanksgiving sale at havertys. . >>> in philadelphia, amidst the symbols of liberty, the first-ever presidential proclamation by george washington in 1789 was for it's be
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Nov 26, 2016 2:07am MST
, every mom is an expert, >>> "okay" magazine wanted to know is it okay or not okay to have televised births? >> here what we will to say about it. >> hmm. >> well i wouldn't have wanted to watch the birth of any of my own children much less anybody else's. >> i say, sure. you have tig everyone else has the choice to choose whether or not they watch it. >> but what if you watch it by mistake and can't get it out of your head. >> oh, so sad. >> yeah. >>> next week, lauren graham talks "gilmore girls." >> plus, "property brothers," drew and jonathan scott. >> love them. and -- >> elizabeth hurley. >> love her. have an awesome holiday weekend, everybody. >> enjoy your black friday shopping if that's what you're doing. >> don't spend too much and don't drink and drive. >>> my mission is simple, to make you money. i'm here to level the playing field for all investors. there's always a bull market somewhere and i promise to help you find it. "mad money" starts now. >>> he welcome to "mad money." welcome to america. other people want to make friends, i'm trying to make you money. my job isn'
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Jul 8, 2011 9:00am EDT
believe cursing between children is more prevalent today than when we were growing up. do you think it is become because it's been so accepted in the media. >> it's in the television, it's in movies, it's in music, it's on youtube. so kids at younger ages are being exposed to language that perhaps they shouldn't be exposed to and in some cases they don't even know it's bad, it just seems like it's part of common language. >> there's different levels of cursing. there is a difference between when they curse in general and when they curse to the parents. either way you have to establish rules and you have great advice. the first one you say is if your child swears, don't overreact. >> right. i think it is important not to shame your child because you want to give your child the benefit of the doubt. you want to educate them first to let them know, swearing is not what you want to do, how we talk, impacts how people experience us. when kids are younger, you can do it in black and white terms, "we don't swear in this house." care.com did a survey which found that 90% of parents really do try
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Dec 6, 2011 2:05am EST
most of her free time to her husband and two children. she loves ambush makeover so much she gave herself a makeover and bobbed her hair on her own. she says kathie lee and hoda are a jewel on morning television. >> that is sweet. >> i agree. you are jewels. we are sending you and a companion to florida space coast, the trip will include a two-night stay provided by the hilton melbourne beach oceanfront. two admission tickets to the kennedy space center, admission for two at the kennedy space center upclose tour. delta airlines provided airfare for two. enjoy your trip and keep watching. >> have a wonderful time. >> if you want to be our next fan of the week go to klg&hoda.com. >>> invited to a holiday party but an awkward situation keeps from you going? our etiquette team is ready for solutions. >> and today's buzz. bonnie fuller was out last night. >> yes, she was. >>> it's fun day monday which means it's time for "today's buzz." >> whether it was shopping or celebrating that caused you to lose touch with tinseltown this weekend, bonnie and roseanne are with us. >> happy post th
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Nov 1, 2014 7:00am EDT
like a teenager could not see it. i think everybody could see it. not your children. >> because he was shooting graphic things and whether it was tasteful for morning television. things we do all the time. >> not that scary though. >> it is suspenseful. >> scott and eric and terry. thank you. >>> we will send it to dylan in the orange room who is with our plaza fan of the day out from the cold. >> i think we found our prettiest plaza fan. this is ella o'brien and her dad, mike. they are here in town for the new york city marathon. take it away. >> up next, erica celebrates the beloved movie "steel magnolias." but first this is "today" on nbc. ♪ >>> time to brush up on all things southern. "steel magnolias" is celebrating the anniversary. we come to visit the characters that brought the is story to life. >> you can't screw up her hair. you tease it and make it look like a brown football helmet. >> the movie based on the play of the same name was filmed where the real story began. home to bobby and his sister susan. the inspiration of the character of shelby. >> i would rather have
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Apr 4, 2016 7:00am EDT
children. box. >> i can't read anything on the box on morning television. >> not a single word of it. >> you do great in these r-rated comedies. is that because it fits your personality? >> no, no. not at all. i t nk that's why it's so fun for me to do. i -- no, i have two little girls. we don't say shut up. we cant say 't say anything at home. i don't speak like that at all. i think it's part of the fun of acting, is you get to play these characters that kick in doors, say insane things, swear like a sailor. it is the opposite of me. to play myself, i'd be totally bored. to get to play somebody who has no barriers, no sensors, it's like, that's the fun of it. >> this one is called "the boss." you have "ghobusters" coming out. i'm excited for that. >> i'm excited, too. it's going to be really great. fantastic. >> tell me something i don't know about what's going to happen in that movie. >> there's ghosts, and we're busting them. >> good. >> we're constantly on the proton pack. that's the insider -- >> you have to know ghostbuster for that. the ghosts and effects are really cool. >> i
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